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After an unlikely and inspirational 2016 AFL Premiership victory, the Western Bulldogs have fallen back into old habits.

With a significant portion of their flag-winning side now either retired or playing elsewhere, there are big questions over whether the Dogs can climb back into finals contention in the near future.

What does the season ahead hold for the 2016 premiers? Let’s take a look at the latest AFL odds and futures markets for the upcoming season.

About the Western Bulldogs

Established: 1877
Home ground: Etihad Stadium
Coach: Luke Beveridge
Captain: Easton Wood
Premierships: 2 – 1954, 2016
2018 ladder finish: 13th

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Updated Western Bulldogs futures betting

2019 Premiership Make Finals Top 4 Brownlow Odds Rising Star Odds Coleman Odds
Jan $34 $3 $9 M Bontempelli $31
Feb $34 $3.75 $14 M Bontempelli $34 B Smith $17
Mar $41 $3.75 $14 M Bontempelli $34 B Smith $21
Apr $51 $3.50 $13 M Bontempelli $13 B Smith $21 A Naughton $101
May $151 $13 $34 M Bontempelli $15 B Smith $34 A Naughton $151
Jun $151 $11 $81 M Bontempelli $14 B Smith $17 A Naughton $81
Jul $101 $12 $151 M Bontempelli $17 B Smith $26 A Naughton $251
Aug $21 $1.30 SUS M Bontempelli $8 B Smith $51 SUS
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Western Bulldogs 2019 AFL fixture

Bulldogs AFL fixture
Round Opponent Venue Date Time
1 Sydney Swans Marvel Stadium Saturday, March 23 7:25pm AEDT
2 Hawthorn Hawks MCG Sunday, March 31 3:20pm AEDT
3 Gold Coast Suns Marvel Stadium Sunday, April 7 2:20pm AEST
4 Collingwood Magpies MCG Friday, April 12 7:50pm AEST
5 Carlton Blues Marvel Stadium Sunday, April 21 1:10pm AEST
6 Fremantle Dockers Optus Stadium Saturday, April 27 6:10pm AWST
7 Richmond Tigers Marvel Stadium Saturday, May 4 7:25pm AEST
8 Brisbane Lions Mars Stadium Saturday, May 11 1:45pm AEST
9 Geelong Cats GMHBA Stadium Saturday, May 18 4:35pm AEST
10 North Melbourne Kangaroos Marvel Stadium Saturday, May 25 2:10pm AEST
11 West Coast Eagles Optus Stadium Sunday, June 2 3:20pm AWST
12 BYE
13 Carlton Blues Marvel Stadium Saturday, June 15 7:25pm AEST
14 Collingwood Magpies Marvel Stadium Sunday, June 23 3:20pm AEST
15 Port Adelaide Power Adelaide Oval Saturday, June 29 7:10pm ACST
16 Geelong Cats Marvel Stadium Saturday, July 6 7:25pm AEST
17 Melbourne Demons Marvel Stadium Sunday, July 14 3:20pm AEST
18 St Kilda Saints Marvel Stadium Sunday, July 21 4:40pm AEST
19 Fremantle Dockers Marvel Stadium Sunday, July 28 1:10pm AEST
20 Brisbane Lions The Gabba Sunday, August 4 4:40pm AEST
21 Essendon Bombers Marvel Stadium Saturday, August 10 7:25pm AEST
22 GWS Giants Sydney Showground Sunday, August 18 3:20pm AEST
23 Adelaide Crows Mars Stadium TBA TBA

Bulldogs players to watch in 2019

Tom Boyd AFL bettingTom Boyd
Born: 22/8/1995
Games: 61
Goals: 50
Position: Ruck/forward

How many more chances can the Bulldogs give big Tom Boyd? Everything has gone wrong since his star turn in the 2016 AFL Grand Final and one can’t help but think if he doesn’t deliver this year, the former Giant will have to seek employment elsewhere in 2020.

Tom Liberatore AFL bettingTom Liberatore
Born: 16/5/1992
Games: 117
Goals: 39
Position: Midfielder

Liberatore is another whose fortunes have soured since the 2016 premiership win. The father-son recruit was one of the best inside midfielders in the competition back then, so Bulldogs fans can only hope he rediscovers that kind of form before it is too late.

Josh Dunkley AFL bettingJosh Dunkley
Born: 9/1/1997
Games: 43
Goals: 25
Position: Midfielder

Dunkley has played a variety of roles in his short career, but in the latter half of 2018 he emerged as a reliable run-with player who can win stacks of his own ball. He finished the year as one of the AFL’s form midfielders and looks poised for a big 2019.

Western Bulldogs records

Most matches: Brad Johnson – 364 (1994-2010)
Most goals kicked in one match: Kelvin Templeton – 15
Most Best & Fairest awards: Scott West – 7
Most goals in a season: Kelvin Templeton – 118
Most career goals: Simon Beasley – 575

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